COVID-19 has put trust front and centre in human resources management
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As employee surveillance software multiplies, managers are learning that trust is central to performance, engagement and retention, write Eileen Aitken-Fox, Jane Coffey, Kantha Dayaram, Scott Fitzgerald, Chahat Gupta, Steve McKenna, and Amy Wei Tian
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